MSI confirms TITAN GT77 gaming laptop will feature Intel Alder Lake-HX CPU

Published: May 25th 2022, 12:15 GMT   Comments

MSI confirms updated TITAN gaming laptop is coming

Following the leaks on TITAN GT77, MSI has officially confirmed that this system is indeed launching soon. 

This new laptop design received two awards: 2022 Computex Best Choice and reddot 2022. It goes without saying, but such awards should not persuade any consumer to buy a product, especially when it is not even available yet.

Apart from the design, MSI also confirmed GT77 TITAN will feature Intel Alder Lake-HX CPU, which has not been mentioned before. It’s an enthusiast gaming laptop with all bells and whistles such as ultra-fast 360 Hz displays, mechanical keyboard or extended storage and RAM options. Furthermore, this laptop will support up to 250W for CPU and GPU, and hopefully that means the power supply won’t be just as big as the laptop itself.

Titan GT77 gaming laptop

Winner of 2022 COMPUTEX Best Choice Golden Award and red dot, the flagship Titan GT77 features a perfect gaming desktop replacement that truly lives up to the name. The triumphant return of Titan GT77 unleashes the next level of performance, cooling as well as stunning features.

Speaking of availability, MSI will official launch this design on June 7th, which is when MSI has its new MSIology (btw, it’s i not l) event called “Ahead of the Curve”. We will report on any leaks should they surface by that date.


Computex award description confirms the specs of this laptop, including Core i9-12900HX and RTX 3080 Ti graphics:

Source: MSI

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